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THE-KAN'GAROO TELLS THIS
He Has Jumped -a,.-Long-Ways to Get Here With Mr Noahand
-'Visit With Boys,ancC Girls Who Read The Day Book.
Next-time ,ypu.-go"to, T-a circus,
staritfrby ay ca'ernfilI mjbve.
Themyou will" see .Ivhaye;a.'funny
wayof -getting around. "Mv.hind
EUfa3?ri r iTiaii. i ""
legs' are very longhand' strong.
use these for hopping arid leaping
about, . . , . ., -
My, fore legs, are yery.-short.i
Sometimes Lleap 2Qfeet.4 $hen
you play leap frog, see. ji -you can
jump so far. My.claws'are shasp
so that I can take hold of branch
es. My tail is trong..-I use it as"
a balance when I sit-down. ,
My fur is short ands'ofjrand of
a reddish color. My headis "form
ed like that of a deer. 4 'X hae
large eyes, and quite' large, ears.
We jcangaroos live 'together in
troops There are magy .kinoVof -
Eyerybodyicnovs; 'about my
pouch. It is ?.ii open pocket cm
the under side of myJbo.Hy. In
this I carry my babies," 'because
wlien .they are first b'ornjthey aije
too little to care for themselves.
Hop hop hop ! See;me hop 1
o o '" ,
IN THE UMELTGHT
Arthur I. Vorys, thaUas,tute
politician' of Ohio.
ambition to have his
name go thundering
dpwn the annals of
time as a great
would much rather
hold the reins of the
in Ohio, and main- j
tain, a reserved seat if
in the national, band i
wagon. That's one;
reason why he is going to be
-worth watching during the 1912
campaign. Also he's the G. O, P.
national committee-from thepres